We are proud to announce the release of GNU Health 1.6.3, the Free Health and Hospital Information System. This version brings major improvements in the hospital information system, both from the administrative and patient management. Here is a quick summary of the main changes :
This new debug version of the 0.7.x series mainly corrects the FreeMedForms EMR’s MySQL configuration.
Update is strongly recommended.
Please visit freemedforms.com for more information.
I am glad to be able to announce the immediate availabilit of the GNUmed 1.2.0 Feature Release.
Downloads available from:
I’m proud to announce GNU Health 1.6 series !
This series brings a lot of exciting features, both from the technical and functional point of views.
On the technical side, the most important one is the compatibility with Tryton 2.4, and the demo database, so you can test it with data.
The FreeMedForms project is a free and open source medical project that includes an EMR, a prescribing assistant, an ICD10 coding assistant and an accountancy assistant. The FreeMedForms team is proud to announce the release of the new version 0.7.3 of the project. This release is mainly a debug release of the 0.7x series.
Packages/binaries for: Ubuntu, MacOs, Windows are already available.
ViSolve Healthcare IT offers OpenEMR consulting, customization, implementation, training and support.
OpenEMR is one of the most popular open source EMR/EHR that is ONC-ATB Ambulatory EHR 2011-2012 certified.
ViSolve Healthcare IT team has extensive experience with OpenEMR. As a prominent member of OpenEMR Board, ViSolve team has contributed significantly towards Meaningful Use Compliance and helped attain ONC Certification successfully.
(You can check the original post at http://www.meanmicio.org/2012/04/gnu-health-wins-fsf-project-of-social.html )
Just got back to Buenos Aires after a 10 days in the United States and El Salvador, and finally got some time to write about the award, what it means to GNU Solidario and to the community at large.
OpenMRS began as a research project spanning Indiana University and Eldoret, Kenya’s Moi University.
Skysoft Incorporated, and Orlando based IT Services and Software Development firm, has chosen OpenEMR as the platform to move forward with starting in 2012. Skysoft currently develops software prototypes for the United States Department of Veterans Administration.
Skysoft is also developing medical prototypes in-house and will begin to integrate the OpenEMR platform with ours.
About Skysoft: http://www.skysoftinc.com
While not exclusively a Gnu-Linux product (runs on LAMP and WAMP stacks), the selection of OpenEMR by the Peace Corps for its worldwide EMR needs, lends a powerful measure of legitimacy and value to the use of open source EMRs in general and OpenEMR specifically. .